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Reminder for parents and students:

Please remember that breakfast is offered every school day just before classes begin at ALL BGSC buildings.  If the earlier schedule has you a little pressed for time, why not eat breakfast at school?  We offer a wide selection of choices for students each day.  Some students aren’t hungry first thing in the morning, but by the time they arrive at school are ready for breakfast.  Also, if your child qualifies for free or reduced-priced meals, that includes breakfast and lunch.


The Wood County Health Department has recognized the BG Middle School, Conneaut, Crim and Kenwood schools with the “Clean Plate Award”.   This is an award developed by the Health Dept. to recognize food service establishments in the county for their outstanding dedication in the practice of food safety knowledge and sanitation.  Our managers will receive the award on May 8th at the Health Department.


Keeping current on federal, state and local laws and regulations for food service is a never-ending process.  Our staff is committed to this process and we’d like to thank the Health Department for providing us with training materials and speakers.


As always, if you have any questions, please call the Food Service Director’s office at (419) 352-3576 ext. 4040.


Sue Chandler, CDM, DFPP (schandler@bcgs.k12.oh.us)

Food Service Director

 

 

 
April 2014
May 2014

 

 

 

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